Students from diverse backgrounds join the Stanford community every year. Faculty and staff, as well as administrative organs throughout the university work toward the development of programs tailored to the specific needs of different students from diverse backgrounds. Through these resources, students are:
- Guided toward the successful and timely completion of academic plans
- Aided to overcome any difficulties or unusual circumstances
- Motivated to know more about and appreciate other students needs and lifestyles
Graduate School Preparation
You've already taken on the challenge of an undergraduate education. Learn more about the required components of a typical grad school application and get tips on how to become a strong applicant.
Graduate School Fee Waivers
Don't let financial difficulties stop you from applying. Graduate Admissions and other programs at Stanford offer application fee waivers to encourage applicants from all economic backgrounds to apply.
The GRE is a central component of every graduate school application. If you do your best on this test, your chances of being accepted to your programs of choice will be higher. The earlier you start preparing, the better.
For Admitted and Current Students
Stanford's resources for admitted and current students include events to celebrate diversity, networking opportunities with researchers on campus and elsewhere, courses describing student resources, and information on fellowships and grants.